Tbong Khmum: Heng Ratana, CEO of CMAC, wrote on Facebook On the evening of January 30, 2020, in Tbong Khmum province's Da commune, there was a case of unexploded ordnance left over from the 80 mm warfare.
He said that this is the legacy of the war, please all people to avoid touching rubbish and explosives from the society and to report Come to the local police, local authorities and CMAC for safety measures. Looking forward to this, if the citizens have seen the person who has kept the unexploded ordnance, report the above to the competent authorities. By the way.
On January 30, 2020, at about 13:30 pm, an unidentified bomb blast occurred in Bos Toukok village, Dara commune, Memot district, Tbong Khmum province, causing the death of one person. You are dead. The incident occurred while the victim was firing 80mm ammunition for ammunition.
The victim, Teng Vet, a 55-year-old male resident of Bos Touk village, Dhar commune, Memot district, Tbong Khmum province, lost his life in the area of Khartoum.
On January 30, 2020, in Peamta Village, Ta Kok Commune, Samlot District, Battambang Province, there was a fatal accident on the left of the drum when the right foot was broken. Victims walk in on animals. The victim, Say Pov, 50, was a male, living in Pea Ta village, Ta Tok commune, Samlot district, Battambang province.
The victim was rushed to the provincial hospital for treatment. Previously, one of the victims of a landmine blast left his leg once, and this time he lost both legs.
Since 1979, there have been a total of 6,4857 landmine and explosive casualties, of which 51,098 have been affected by mines, the Mines Authority said. A total of 13,759 mines and mines were affected by the explosion from the social fabric.
Do not reinvent the bullet, it can cause death and paralysis at all times.
If you see any unexploded ordnance, report it to a local authority or clearance operator for demolition. Posted by: Col